Former Head of FBI’s Boston Office Accused of Exploiting Connections to Bureau

Steve Neavling

The former special agent in charge of Boston’s FBI office has been slapped with a federal ethics violation for consulting professionally with a former colleague within a year of service, the Associated Press reports.

Kenneth Kaiser, 57, who became an assistant director at FBI headquarters when he left the Boston office in 2006, met with agents investigating his new company, LocatePlus Holding Corp., in July 2009, the same month he retired.

The 27-year veteran of the FBI faces up to a year in prison after prosecutors say he took the job to handle an internal investigation and to help sell the company’s products and services, the AP wrote.

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